Click the Manage Server main-menu item.
Figure 1. Manage-Server Menu Item
The Server-Wide Backup View
Figure 2. Add Server-Wide Backup Task
- Click the Server-Wide Backup menu item
- Click the Add Server-Wide Backup Task button to add a new task
Configure the new Backup Task.
Figure 3. Task Configuration
The settings are similar to those of a regular backup task.
Enter the Server-Wide Backup Task name.
Select 'Backup' for a logical backup
or 'Snapshot' for a snapshot image.
Define task contents (Full and/or Incremental) and schedule execution time.
Define the minimum amount of time to keep Backups (and Snapshots) in the system.
Figure 4. Backup Encryption
Backup files (both logical backups
and snapshot images)
of encrypted databases will always be encrypted,
regardless of the settings here, using the database encryption key.
Logical backups of unencrypted databases, will be encrypted using the key provided here.
You can use either the key suggested by RavenDB, or a valid key from any other source.
Logical backups of encrypted databases will use the database's encryption key,
even if you provide a different key here.
Snapshot images of unencrypted databases will always be unencrypted, regardless of the settings here,
since a snapshot is a faithful bitmap copy of the database.
||Backup Encryption and Key Used
||Backup is encrypted using the database key,
even if you provide a different key
||Backup is encrypted using the database key
||Backup is encrypted using the key you provide
||Backup is not encrypted,
even if encryption is enabled
Backup files can be stored locally and/or remotely.
Backup files are created in a separate child folder per database, under a common root folder.
Figure 5. Backup Destination Folder